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Arizona has to allow residents of other states to circulate petitions to put independent presidential contenders on the ballot, the U.S. Supreme Court has concluded.
Applications are being accepted for a vacancy created on the Arizona Supreme Court when Justice Michael D. Ryan retires on Aug. 6. The Commission on Appellate Court Appointments will review applications, interview applicants, and recommend at least three nominees to Gov. Jan Brewer. Applicants must have been admitted to the practice of law Arizona and a resident of the state for the past ten years, and under age 65 at the time the nomination is sent.
The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld an historic settlement of decades-old lawsuits involving water-rights claims of the Gila River Indian Community.
The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday tossed out a complaint by the Arizona Education Association over legislation which undermines the tenure system for teachers.
Gov. Jan Brewer selected Republican John Pelander on Tuesday to be the newest justice on the Arizona Supreme Court.
State legislators and the governor acted illegally in taking $7 million from a 2006 tobacco tax initiative to instead balance the state budget, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Friday.
The Arizona Supreme Court refused Tuesday to force legislative leaders to send Gov. Jan Brewer the budget they have approved.
Rejecting challenges by attorneys for the former governor, the Arizona Supreme Court on Friday agreed to consider a claim by cities that the state is illegally trying to take some of their money.
The Arizona Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to consider the claim by cities that the state - and Gov. Janet Napolitano in particular - illegally took some of their funds.
State Treasurer Dean Martin wants a judge to rule against him - and Gov. Janet Napolitano - in a lawsuit brought by cities to overturn a raid by the state on their funds.
ON THEIR SIDE: State Treasurer Dean Martin says he agrees with cities who say that it takes a two-thirds vote of the Legislature for anything that increases state revenue.
The Arizona Supreme Court will decide whether parents can use tax dollars to send their children to private or parochial schools.
Saying that freedom of religion is not the same as freedom of action, the Arizona Court of Appeals on Thursday said there is no religious right in this state to possess marijuana.
The Attorney General's Office is legally entitled to seize funds being sent by wire from other states into Mexico, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
The Arizona Court of Appeals has rebuffed efforts by a coalition of Democrats and Hispanics to force redrawing of the state's 30 legislative districts in a fashion that would give Democrats a better chance to take control of the Legislature.
A Scottsdale eminent domain case involving 50 acres for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve could be headed to the Arizona Supreme Court.
Cacti stand tall in the McDowell Mountains including Lost Dog Trail at 124th Street north of Via Linda.
In preparation for a potential onslaught of death penalty appeals, the Arizona Supreme Court established a new committee last week to monitor and help streamline the capital case appeals process.
Gov. Janet Napolitano on Tuesday chose Phoenix lawyer and political ally Scott Bales to be the 40th justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.
August 13, 2004
SAN FRANCISCO - Governors and mayors from across the country were in full force at the biotech industry’s annual convention last week, offering tax breaks, government grants — even help with parking — to lure biotech companies.
Maricopa County began handing over court revenue to the state Wednesday to comply with a new law that has drawn fierce opposition from local governments.